Rob Kardashian and Blac Chyna's Baby Girl Dream Makes her Social Media Debut
They surprised fans when they announced earlier this year that they were having a child together after only dating for five months. However, after what seems like a very long pregnancy, Rob Kardashian and Blac Chyna finally welcomed their little girl into the world, naming her Dream Renee Kardashian. And unlike her cousin Saint West – son of Kim and Kanye – who didn’t make his public debut for months, Dream appeared on social media almost immediately after her birth and already has her own Twitter account.
Clearly revelling in becoming a mother for the second time, Chyna couldn't resist taking to Snapchat to share footage of her new daughter. The 28-year-old was seen beaming as she cradled baby Dream, making sure to throw a flower crown filter into the mix. The snapchat video wasn’t Dream’s first foray into social media, as her father Rob shared an Instagram of his first born just after her birth. He wrote: "Today was amazing, I am so lucky! Thank you @BlacChyna for having our baby and being so strong! I love you so much and can't wait to see her get older day by day with you! I love you and Dream so much and appreciate both of you." It won’t be long until Dream makes the transition from social media to the small screen either, as her birth was filmed for an E! TV special: Rob & Chyna Baby Special.
The Name Game
As for the tot’s unusual moniker, The Keeping Up With The Kardashians star and his fiancée are said to have opted for the name as it has always been a dream of Rob's to have a child of his own. Though the couple went through a well-publicised rough patch during Chyna’s pregnancy, which viewers witnessed on the pair’s reality show, they are said to be in a “great place” following the birth of their first child.
Though a source told Us Weekly: “She is gorgeous and looks a lot like Rob”, the 29-year-old thinks that his daughter looks like his late father, who died in 2003. Captioning a side-by-side picture of his new born and father he wrote: “She's an exact copy. Pops sent us an angel.”